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ATTENTION STUDENTS: Fall 2012 CPR Cards Are Now Available for Pick-Up

If you had successfully completed the required MED220 coursework from the Fall 2012 semester, please bring your current ASA ID card and at least one other valid form of photo ID to one of the following locations in order to receive your CPR card:

IN BROOKLYN:

Contact Person: Karen Rosales, Lab Coordinator
Phone Number: 718-522-9073, Ext. 2126
Location: 81 Willoughby Street, Room 306
Pick-up Dates and Times (excluding holidays):

  • Mondays and Wednesdays: 10AM-12 Noon
  • Tuesdays: 11:15AM-1PM
  • Thursdays: 4PM – 5:30PM
  • Fridays: 11AM – 2PM

 

IN MANHATTAN:

Contact Person(s): Sophia Dzhurinsky or Shanti Santos, Lab Coordinators
Phone Number: 212-672-6450, Ext. 1226
Location: Two Herald Center, Room 510
Pick-up Dates and Times (excluding holidays):

  • Mondays and Wednesdays: 3-6PM
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays: 2:30-5:30PM
  • Saturdays: 10AM-12 Noon
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Classes are Suspended on Monday, 1/18

Classes are Suspended on Monday, 1/18 Attention, students from all campuses! On Monday, 01/18, classes are suspended in observance of  Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, 01/19. Enjoy the holiday and take this opportunity to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr. Day and how he shaped our history.  

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Calling All ASA Creative Writers!

Calling All ASA Creative Writers! Dear ASA Students, Back in the old pre-covid days, here at ASA College, we used to come together each year for literary events. Whether we were celebrating Black authors in February or our own students’ creative talents, the spirit and energy of these literary events always captivated our audience, and we believe it is time to resume that creative tradition. We are inviting students to volunteer to join a creative committee to meet on Zoom...

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Global Conference on Hip Hop Education

Global Conference on Hip Hop Education Ready to connect with exciting educators, attend live performances, and enjoy our college community? In plain terms, the Hiphop education movement is an offshoot of the “culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP)” approach to student-institution interactions, which says that we must understand our students’ culture in order to better empathize and connect with them. As Hiphop music and culture are so pervasive in youth culture, both in NYC and globally, it makes sense for students, teachers...